UPDATE: The Douglas County Sheriff posted on Facebook July 6 around 5 p.m. that Dustin Huff is on foot.
The stolen vehicle he was last seen driving has been recovered.
The sheriff urges people who live near Hwy A to lock everything until Huff is apprehended.
AVA, Mo. — The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post made today, July 5, Dustin Huff was seen driving an 80s model white Ford flatbed pickup truck.
Huff now has a reward over his head for $2,000.
Tips will remain anonymous and can be given to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at 417-683-1020.
To receive the reward, the tip must lead to the arrest and conviction of Huff.
You can also donate toward the award, anonymously, by calling the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at the number listed above.
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Mo. – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says a suspect in an assault broke into a home and stole a high- powered rifle.
According to a Facebook post from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Dustin Huff stole the deer rifle from a home on South 5 Highway, just south of A highway, on the evening of Tuesday, July 3rd.
This led to a nearly 3-hour manhunt. Deputies from Ozark and Wright Counties helped search the area. The Missouri Highway Patrol even used an airplane equipped with Infrared, but they did not find Huff.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is once again asking anyone who sees Huff to immediately contact authorities.
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Mo. – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is currently looking for a domestic assault suspect.
Douglas County Deputies responded to the reports of a domestic assault in the early hours of Saturday, June, 30. Dustin Huff, of Ava, fled into the woods with a rifle near the end of KK Highway before deputies arrived. The victim of the domestic assault was hospitalized with severe injuries.
Deputies have searched for Huff throughout the day and into the early morning hours of today. Huff should be considered armed and dangerous. If you see Huff, do not attempt to apprehend him.
Call the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at 417-683-1020 or 911 if you see Huff.